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He Took My Virginity

Series: MIND YOUR LANGUAGE 

Why do we say he took my virginity?

Out of all the words and sentences a woman could use to describe her first sexual encounter “he took my virginity ” is used to describe something that’s meant to be shared , experienced and enjoyed. 367 more words

When we were Black Women

It’s been a while since I’ve penned my thoughts down but I simply could not ignore how I have been feeling with the recent news regarding Femicide. 228 more words

Being a woman in South Africa...

Woman, the most revered being there ought to be…

Woman, the most vulnerable being the world has borne…

Woman, the most resilient being that has lived…. 566 more words

Tweeps divides on #KaraboMokoena alleged Killer

The brutal murder of Karabo Mokoena has raised debates on social media with others symphasing with her and others her boyfriend’s

Karabo Mokoena went missing on April 27 and was found dead and burnt in a veld two days later. 247 more words

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Bringing femicide to life

A temporary exhibit called ‘Femicide in Mexico – enough is enough!’ at the Museo Memoría y Tolerencía in Mexico City uses creative methods to highlight a wide range of issues associated with femicide, bringing Mexico’s human rights crisis to life in new and important ways.  649 more words

Mexico

Opinion: Parents, it all starts with YOU!! Put a stop to all this evil.

These past few weeks have been the scariest since that time I discovered I was going to be a young parent many years ago; particularly for us women. 926 more words

Karabo Mokoena, the light to the dark femicide.

“Karabo, Sandile is going to kill you, you can’t go on like this. This is not a toxic relationship: I don’t know what to call this”. 698 more words